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What is TNPSC Group 4 Exam?

Combined Civil Services Examination-Iv (Group-Iv Services & VAO) is based on SSLC qualification. Previously TNPSC has conducted separate exams to select candidates for Group 4 and VAO. But then now the TNPSC has combined both the exams together with the same syllabus. The employment is mainly based on junior assistant, typist VAO, and some other junior posts. To get employed under Group 4 candidates must have possessed some technical qualifications like typing, office automation.
Combined Civil Services Examination-IV (Group-IV Services & VAO) has only preliminary examination. Those who have got qualified cutoff marks will be called for Certificate verification. Even though it is based on SSLC standard qualification, this exam has the most number of competitors than any other TNPSC exam. Since the competition is very high candidates should know the way of preparations. Candidates should have immense amount of hard work with smart tricks to get qualified among the lakhs of competitors.

Best Ways to Prepare for TNPSC Group 4 Exam.

TNPSC Previous Year Question papers:

Before starting the exam preparation one must have the updated TNPSC syllabus of that particular notification and previous year question papers related to that syllabus. Aspirants can have a proper understanding of how the questions have been framed. Can get more exposure regarding the exam.

Online Test:

Online Test is one the best way to increase your potential and check your proficiency level. By attempting more online tests you will be practiced to read the question and choose the correct option easily, this will help you to complete the exam within the duration. Finishing the exam within the time is the most important thing.

Revision and Practice:

Revising the completed topics or subjects must be your routine in the schedule. Without a proper revision, it is impossible to recall what all have studied on the day of exam. Next important thing is to practice what all you have studied. Through practice only can able to keep up the time management.

What are the postings are there under the Combined Civil Services Examination-IV (Group-IV Services & VAO)?

• Village Administrative Officer (VAO)
• Junior Assistant (Non - Security),
• Junior Assistant (Security),
• Bill Collector Grade-I,
• Field Surveyor
• Draftsman
• Typist
• Steno-Typist

What are the Subjects need to be covered?

Combined Civil Services Examination-Iv (Group-Iv Services & VAO) examination has three parts of questions that is General Studies, General Mental Ability Test and General English or General Tamil. It comprises of 200 questions for 300 marks.

General Tamil or General English:

The candidates can choose either General Tamil or General English. This will be the first part in the TNPSC Combined Civil Services Examination-Iv (Group-Iv Services & VAO) question paper. Based on the candidates choice of language the question will be in either Tamil or English for 100 marks. The questions will be based on Grammar, prose, and poems either it can be Tamil or English. Candidates can easily score more marks in this language subject. So half of the marks in the examination can be scored easily.

General Studies:

This part contains questions from various subjects that are Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Zoology, Indian history, Geography, Indian Polity, Indian National Movements, Indian Economics, and current affairs. The general studies part will have questions for 75 marks. The syllabus is vast for 75 marks. So need to cover all subjects without fail to get the qualified cut off mark in the exam. Examine previous year question papers of various TNPSC exams to find in which subject you have to concentrate more to score good marks.

General Mental Ability Test:

There will be 25 questions from this in all the TNPSC exams. Explore various previous year questions to gain knowledge about the type and pattern of the problems. By analyzing many question papers one can score 25 marks.